Letter from James Hutchinson, West Randolph, Vt., to William Lloyd Garrison, Dec[ember] 30, 1863
James Hutchinson informs William Lloyd Garrison that he has just finished reading the published speeches of the American Anti-Slavery Society's 30th anniversary meeting in Philadelphia in both the Liberator and the Standard, and that these appear to be a "complete success". Hutchinson regrets his absense at the proceedings owing to the ill health of his wife. Hutchinson reports that H.C. Wright visited the previous week, and gave three well-received lectures in Braintree. Hutchinson asks that Garrison add his name to the Anti-Slavery Society's petition to Congress, if he has not already posted this.